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School uniform

We consider that uniform is important for several reasons.

 

§         It provides pupils with a sense of identity and pride in their school.

 

§         It enhances the appearance of pupils and therefore the reputation of the school.

 

§         It helps to instil a sense of purpose in pupils when they put on their uniform in the mornings.

 

§         It helps overcome the worry about “fitting in” with fashions and keeping up with other children.

 

§         It overcomes the problem for both parents and teachers about what is suitable attire for school.

 

 

Uniform


 

§         Emerald green or white polo shirt

 

§         Navy sweatshirt or cardigan

 

§         Navy, grey or black skirt or tailored trousers (not tracksuit, leggings, combat or sweat pants)

 

§         Plain navy, grey, black or white socks or tights.

 

§         Flat, black, sensible shoes or trainers (please ensure that trainers do not have lots of coloured flashing)

 

§         Blue and white checked dresses

 

PE kit


§         White or emerald green t-shirt and navy shorts or tracksuit bottoms

 

§         Black plimsolls or trainers

 

 

Boots or wellingtons may be worn to school, but a change of shoes should also be provided for use indoors.

 

 

Pupils may wear plain silver or gold stud earrings and a watch. Earrings should be removed for PE. No other jewellery is permitted.

 

 

Extreme hairstyles and tattoos are not permitted in school.

 

 

Our main uniform supplier is Global Image, based in North Shields. They can be contacted via their website

 http://www.gi-embroidery.co.uk/product-category/western-community-ps .

Alternatively, an order form is available in school and we can arrange for uniform to be delivered to school.